CARES Act Payroll Protection Program Loans
|12 Months Ended|
Sep. 30, 2022
|CARES Act Payroll Protection Program Loans|
|CARES Act Payroll Protection Program Loans||
10. CARES Act Payroll Protection Program Loans
Between April 29 and May 7, 2020, the Company obtained PPP loans for each of its operating subsidiaries. The PPP loans were used primarily to restore employee pay-cuts, recall furloughed or laid-off employees, support the payroll costs for existing employees, hire new employees, and for other allowable purposes including interest costs on certain business mortgage obligations, rent and utilities. Each of the Company’s subsidiaries executed a separate promissory note evidencing unsecured loans under the PPP. The following promissory notes were executed by the Company and its subsidiaries: GEE Group Inc. for $1,992; Scribe Solutions, Inc. for $277; Agile Resources, Inc. for $1,206; Access Data Consulting Corporation for $1,456; Paladin Consulting, Inc. for $1,925; SNI Companies, Inc. for $10,000; Triad Personnel Services, Inc. for $404; Triad Logistics, Inc. for $78; and BMCH, Inc. for $2,589.
The Company and its operating subsidiaries have been granted forgiveness of their respective PPP loans by the SBA. During fiscal 2021, the PPP loans and interest were forgiven for Access Data Consulting Corporation, Agile Resources, Inc., Scribe Solutions Inc., Triad Logistics, Inc., and Triad Personnel Services, Inc., in the amounts of $1,470, $1,220, $279, $79, and $408, respectively. The Company’s remaining four PPP loans and interest for GEE Group Inc., BMCH, Inc., Paladin Consulting, Inc., and SNI Companies, Inc. were forgiven in fiscal 2022 in the amounts of $2,024, $2,630, $1,956, and $10,163, respectively. As a result, the Company recognized aggregate gains of $16,773 and $3,456 during fiscal 2022 and 2021, respectively.
The former PPP loans obtained by GEE Group Inc., and its operating subsidiaries together as an affiliated group, exceeded the $2,000 audit threshold established by the SBA, and therefore, will be subject to audit by the SBA in the future. If any of the nine forgiven PPP loans are reinstated in whole or in part as the result of a future audit, a charge or charges would be incurred, accordingly, and they would need to be repaid. If the companies are unable to repay the portions of their PPP loans that ultimately may be reinstated from available liquidity or operating cash flow, we may be required to raise additional equity or debt capital to repay the PPP loans.